Research & Education Librarian - EBM Coordinator and Liaison to School of Medicine, Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives, Durham NC

Job announcement:  Research & Education Librarian - EBM Coordinator and Liaison to School of Medicine

Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives is seeking a dynamic and team-oriented librarian to coordinate and co-teach with faculty the School of Medicine's evidence-based medicine curriculum and serve as liaison to the School of Medicine. This position is part of the Research & Education team, which works together to support the reference and instruction needs of Duke Medicine. The position is involved in developing and teaching information management instructional programs; applying web based technology to the delivery of services and access to resources; participating in library strategic planning; providing leadership on projects; assisting patrons in locating information in support of quality clinical care, biomedical research, and health sciences education.

EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
Master's degree in Library / Information Science or related field. Knowledge of library instruction and education services, information and reference services, database searching strategies, web pages and online tutorials, and project management. Minimum of three to five years of experience in health sciences and exposure to EBM concepts and skills beyond searching.

The successful candidate must also have these skills/abilities:  customer-service orientation; excellent organizational and communication skills; building relationships with diverse clients; flexibility in terms of coping with a dynamic environment and handling multiple priorities and projects; working in teams and independently; initiative to acquire new skills; knowledge of principles for search and evaluating electronic resources; knowledge of general computer applications and reference management software.


SALARY AND BENEFITS:
This non-entry level position offers a competitive salary based on experience and education, vacation and sick leave benefits, and support for professional development.


TO APPLY:  Review of applications will begin May 22, 2013 and will continue until the position is filled.

Send cover letter, detailed resume and the names, addresses (mailing and e-mail), and telephone numbers of three references via email, fax or mail:

Vanessa Sellars, Business Manager
Duke University Medical Center Library
DUMC 3702
Durham, NC 27710
vanessa.sellars@duke.edu<mailto:vanessa.sellars@duke.edu>
fax: (919) 681-7599<tel:%28919%29%20681-7599>


For more details about this position, the library and Duke:  http://mclibrary.duke.edu/about/employment

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